Lincoln College

Lincoln College was founded by Richard Fleming, Bishop of Lincoln, in 1427, and named after his cathedral as ‘The College of the Blessed Mary and All Saints’, Lincoln, in the University of Oxford, commonly called Lincoln College’.
Fleming’s foundation is still one of the least spoilt legacies of the Middle Ages, straddling Turl Street in the heart of the city and university. The College’s comparative poverty in past centuries has had the happy result that the original pattern and fabric can still be seen with many interiors almost unaltered.



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